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Pride Bites

Pride Bite: 2.6 Billion Reasons to Believe

Nova Southeastern University (NSU) is more than a university; it is an economic engine for the region and the state. NSU’s economic impact on the state of Florida comes to a whopping $2.6 billion annually, with $1.7 billion of that in Broward County. The university’s economic impact is derived ...

Pride Bite: #NSU50 Top Moment No. 11: NSU Adds Women’s Soccer and Wins FSC Tournament Championship

The #NSU50 “Top Moments in NSU Athletics History” continues with the 11th moment on the list: Nova Southeastern begins the women’s soccer program and wins Florida Sun Conference Championship in first season. The women’s soccer team began its program with a match against ...

Pride Bite: Law Center One of Most Diverse in Nation

Diversity is one of Nova Southeastern University’s eight core values and one that is valued greatly by the NSU community. NSU’s Shepard Broad Law Center was recently ranked No. 5 nationally and No. 1 in Florida for diversity in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools for Law.” “As ...

Pride Bite: NSU Gets Happy

You can say a lot about NSU students, faculty and staff. And one of those things is that they have spirit! NSU students and staff want to show the world how HAPPY they are at NSU! This video was produced by NSU students from Sharks United Television (SUTV), a student-run media outlet at NSU.

Pride Bite: It’s Special Indeed, at NSU

Did you know that The Special Olympics of Broward County is located on Nova Southeastern University’s main campus in Davie? Thanks in large part to the generosity of NSU philanthropist, Don Taft, and the ongoing fundraising efforts of NSU Board of Trustee Paul Sallarulo, their permanent home is ...

Pride Bite: Student Media Galore!

Did you know that NSU’s official student newspaper, The Current, was once named The Knight? NSU’s mascot was also the Knights, which was changed to the Sharks by popular vote in 2005. NSU’s student media has grown over the years and now includes a student-run radio station and TV station, a ...

Pride Bite: Soaring to New Heights

Did you know that NSU’s campus sits on what was once a WWII auxiliary airfield? Named Forman Field, the land was given back to the community after the war by the state Board of Education to be used for educational purposes. It is now called the South Florida Education Center (SFEC) and is home ...

NSU is Student Centered

Did you know? At NSU, students are taught by our world-class faculty – no teaching assistants – and we keep learning personal, with an average of 22 students per class.

Fun History Facts

Did you know? Men’s basketball was NSU’s first athletic program and began in the 1982-83 academic year. Nova University offered a contest to the general public looking for a nickname for the athletic program. “The Knights” were chosen until 2005, when the student body, ...

Community is important to NSU

Did you know?  Community is one of NSU’s Core Values. Nova Southeastern University participates in more than 2,000 community activities each year. During the 2012-13 academic year, NSU students logged an incredible 10,214 hours of service as individuals and through clubs and organizations.

NSU Shark Pride

It’s Nova Southeastern University’s 50th anniversary year which makes it a great time to show our Shark Pride! This new section, Pride Bites, will provide interesting facts and tidbits about NSU that you may or may not know. Enjoy! Did You Know? NSU’s 162,000 alumni live in ...